Choosing the right IP Phone

I want to setup a 6 seater call center, and want to know the best Ip phone to use in the office, and of course, I want a few of the phones to manage other departments. A few years ago I bought the Grandstream GXP 2000. And figure I can still get something better now.
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Michael-BestCommented:
Since you know and liked the Grandsteram GXP2000

From the same supplier: voipsupply.com
Grandstream GXP2160 is a 6-line enterprise VoIP phone
Link:
http://www.voipsupply.com/grandstream-gxp2160


Also look at other option such as WiFi VoIP Phones:
http://www.voipsupply.com/voip-phonesvoipsupply.com
damola1Author Commented:
I didn't buy it from voip supply, and care less who they are. I buy off ebay.

I just need something working really fine and well.
Michael-BestCommented:
I was editing that from "same supplie"r to "same brand" but your post stopped me.

A more upscale phone is:
The Cisco CP-7962G is a 6 line IP phone intended for use with the Cisco Call Manager Solution.

Link:
http://www.voipsupply.com/cisco-cp-7962g
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damola1Author Commented:
I use asterisk. And Cisco is on the high end.
masnrockCommented:
I've personally used Snom 870s mostly without issue... they do have a few quirks. I am currently liking the Yealink T48G phones more at this point. A number of VOIP providers targeting businesses happen to offer Polycom or Mitel phones, but I'm not a huge fan of either, especially not the Mitel phones.
Michael-BestCommented:
"I use asterisk. And Cisco is on the high end."

Did you look at the specs. and price of the:
Grandstream GXP2160
Link:
http://www.voipsupply.com/grandstream-gxp2160

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damola1Author Commented:
so, I took it from another dimension... I needed to take the headset seriously, probably more important than the Ip phone.. cost me a lot but I got it right this time around...jabra 2300... but it has only a rj11 port.. I want to find out the right IP phone to get for the rj11...
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Michael-BestCommented:
What is the attached photo supposed to show us?
damola1Author Commented:
Was supposed to show the rj11.
Michael-BestCommented:
RJ11
This?
RJ11
damola1Author Commented:
Yes
Michael-BestCommented:
I need to sleep... 3am in my region ... help you tomorrow.
damola1Author Commented:
ok. Thank you.
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